The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, April 01, 1908, Image 5
55S5"SJBJflLJ!., ft. rtWjt-WtelMSH y j -.?" 'KSS'-i k y - -c- 'V ' .-4 ?- f?? ??; - ii rT "3fa &?;s; 1 ' 'H ' ? ''. . - '- -. , I at ' i&m i ' 'rt? m t i I J I 4 I V1 T saVM I H I aftl KBIwPIBHf?lKH Ifii It! It ffl mr6&M5 Km CM3B HI IP r If II ZIsSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI pU JV2 bsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV GROCERIES THAT SPEAK for themselves, as ours do, need little praising. We might well be pardoned for being enthusiastic about them. But all we say is Once you do that we will not have to coax you for a second. Our gro ceries will speak for themselves on your table. You'll be sorry you hadn't started trading here before. .ra HEHRYMMTZ4 M. r ITEMS OF INTEREST ST. KDWABD. From the Advaace. Mra. L H. Britell and daughter liable of Oolumbas are spending the week at the home of Dr. mad Mra. C. Britell. Fay Moore left Tuesday for Columbus to be present at an operation which Mrs Moore underwent at the St. Mary 'a hospital.' .Mr.andMra,T.J.Mataon of Colum bus wets gaeata of Mr. aad Mra. Nek Hasselbalea last week, returning home Moadaj. Miss Vesta Slater returned home Tues day to Columbus after spending a few .lays ia St. Edward; ajjticrt of MfTland Mra.O.A. Mangrove. I.1KUSAY. From the Post. Mm. Reide and Mra. Reivet visited it Coluaibaa last Saturday. The aew cross for the Catholic cbureh arrived the first of the week and was placed oa the steeple Tuesday evening. A aaan soatheaetof here, when .asked if there were any decks and geese on the creek, replied, "No, the hunters don't give them time enough to take a drink." T. J. and D. F. Ducey returned to their home at Edmonton. Canada. Mon day, after spending a few weeks with relatives aad their aick mother, who is slowly recovering. Mrs. T. J. Ducey left the same day for Buffalo, N. Y.. for a short visit before returning home. FUIO.KBTON. From the Newfr-Joaraal. Jim Slade has bought a saloon in Grand Island and will move over as soon as his lease is oat here May 1st. A "sheet change" artist was arrested at Belgrade the first of the week and lodged ia jail here. He was drank when arrested and had a "flash roll of bills, bat it seemed there was not evidence enough ia sight to convict. He was dis charged yesterday and left town on the trt train. ACaUforaiapaper sent to Geo. D. Meikklejoaa, says: Jadge Church has ruled that aalees Willard B. Zibbell. the Borseataa who was terribly matilated by being raa over by a Southern Pacific railroad train, vill consent to accept $70,010 ilsmsgns instead of the $100,000 damages awarded by a jury, a new trial will be granted. The Ztbbell case stands a a record as bt-iag one ia which the largest amouat of 'damages for personal I FRISCHHOLZ BROS. I SHOES CLOTHING Gents' Furnishing Goods RET.TABT.E GOODS AT BIGHT PRICES. FRISCHHOLS BROS. 406 11th Street, ABOUT OUR NEIGH BORS AND FRIENDS CUPPED FROM OUR EXCHANGES injuries has ever been awarded in this country. The railroad asked anew trial on the ground of exoessiveness of dam ages. With Zibbell when he received his terrible injaries was a young man named MeMahon who was instantly kill ed. A suit brought by the saother for damages is pending. H1TMPHRKV. ftoai the Deatornt Jas. McDermottof Oolumbas was call ing oa friends ia towa this week. Dr. D. T. Marty n of Oolumbas, was ia town Wednesday evening on proftsoional e"nSBiemaBFe ?- The Democrat is sorry to learn that Jos. Oerae is dangerously ill at his home west of town. We understandthere is little hope for his recovery. Talk aboat high price land in Nebras ka. We notice by the Ulyases Dispatch that Henry Diera, a brother of It. D. of this place, recently sold acres of land adjoining the city of Ulysses at an aver age of $750 per acre. Jos. Bethscheider received a telegram Satarday evening announcing the criti cal illnesB.of his mother at her home in Burlington, Iowa, and ha immediately drove to Columbus to catch the early train east. He arrived in Burlington Sunday afternoon, but too late to see his mother alive, she having, passed away that morning. The remains were broaght to their old home at Hebron, this state, and interred there Wednesday morning beside her husband, who died four yean ago. The deceased was 47 years of .age. Mrs. Mary Schuele died at the home of her son. Max, northeast of town, Tues day afternoon at the age of 75 years, 6 months and 1 day. The cause of her death was stomach and kidney trouble. She. had been a continuous sufferer for the past three months, all of which time she was confined to her bed. Deceased was born in Germany September 23, 1833. In 1854 she was united in mar riage to Phillip Schuele, who died in 1871. In the fall of 1883 Mm. Schuele and her children came to America and lived in Wisconsin until the following spring whan they moved to this neigh borhood, where she made her home with her son, Max, until her death. Deceased is aarvived by three children, Max of this place, Alfred of Denver, and Ernest of Cameron, Ma The f aneral was held Thursday morning from St. Francis church aad the iateraaent was made ia St. Francis cemetery. Oolumbiis. the Gas G. Beaker was up from Cel oa baeiaesa Moaasy. ' Mm. Webb of Ootembus is her sister. Mm. Get. Head, this B. 8. Dickinson of Celambas ia pat ting as a windsaOl oa sua farm, tasted by Mr. Bran. James Thomasia retaraed Weaasday eveaiag from his trip to Chaeege aad other poiata ia IHiaoia. Mr. aad Mrs, Vestal Masts spent Sun day with Mrs. Monro's parents, Mr. sad Mrs. Ohas. aUsas, soata of Wm. Webster ie savings Isrge bailt oa the hope ptoee sons of tows. J. T. Smith is dotsg the eareeater work. Mm. C. E. Morrow of College View, Nebr, arrived Wedsesaay for s -visit with her deaghtsr. Miss Emelise Law- - Mr. and Mrs. Frank VssAllss of Gre gory, 8. D., sad Mm. Zslls Blodgett of Lincoln were here to sttesdtas faaeral of their ssother, Mrs. C. VaaAQea. W. W. aVaalajtss reeeived word from Denver tellingUm of the death of hie brotber-ln-law. Pisrsoa Lott. which oe cured March 21. He was 74 years of Eugene Bacon came dews from oouaty Satarday. He had s pablic sals aad disposed of bis saitesel sroserty sad wiU spesd the asmmsr with hie sis ter. Mrs. John Keeler. Vartta Ballisg, who has beea Uaios PacitcsgeatatMoaroe the last sight ossekad oat the first of the . Simoss, formerly of Ag- acw, cheeked is as sgeat. This ia a psrmaasat cssage and Mr. Bimmoss will be the regalar sgeat at this plaeefor the present. A petitioa is betag oirealated askisg the coaaty 'board of ssssrvisocs ' to eatabliah a votiag precis ot st Mearee for the benefit of those nsiiisg in the south part of the towaship aad also for thoseiatWsoattwasi sorties of Lost Creek. It ia being signed by nearly all who are istersstcd. ''Mrs. a VsaAlles, one of ooaaty a pioasscs, died st her Monroe Monday, March 23. Platte IB service were held st the Methodist church ia Moaree Wedaesday at 10 a. bl, aad iatermeat was mads ia the Mew Hope cemetery at this pises. Mr. aad Mm. John Kerr of Fairfax, a D.f attend ed the funeral. rXATTS ProaitkeHiBnal Mrs. B. Melliger.from Oblumba, wsssgasatof Mm. P. F. last Friday. Henry Newman, rsridisg sssth of tows,M jastreeerrisgfrom sa attack of gsUstoass. Mr. aad Mm. B. C. Marrsw, of College View, are here viskisg their daughter. Mm. Joseph Mark. The six year-old sea of Mr. sad Mm. William Gossans, sf Shell Creek tows ship, fell from the seat of a diss last Friday is each a way as to fracture the knee-cap of bis left leg. Clint Wilber shot s stonstar goose last Sunday. It weighed between thirteea and fourteen pounds, and messaredeix feet two inches from tip to tip of wisg. It was so gander goose either, jast a goose goose. Miss Bessie Bum of Omaha sad Mine Mamie Masses of Colambas, visited st the home of Mr. and Mm. D.V. aad Eu gene Maoken aad Mr. aiJ Mrs. ILK Coony during the early part of the week, retnrning to their raapsctivs homes Tuesday. It doess't alwaya pay to he too ia daatrioaa, sot while in ths employ of s corporation, evesu Oar TJ.-P. railroad agent, A. G. Parksr, has beea pnUisg in nxethasthsBrsoribed9 hoars time daya lately aad last sight saother arrived here to relievehim. Wheth er thk will be permasest as pas assess to know. A.W. McKeanisthenameof the new num. A large aamber of invited friends as sembled at the home of Mr. sad Mrs. George Sooeidel, jr., last Satarday. eve niiurforasooial good tisae.' "The ones aion was in honor of Ms. Ed Ballea aad Mrs. Herman Brodfaehrsr of Colsmbas. Games and refrmhmsats cosstitstsd ths. principal feature of ths eatertammsnt. A most exeeUeat time w reported by the participaats. Oa Tuesday Joe Witte departed for a visit to sis boyhood home, in Kestseky. Joe aaya he left there sevsstsea years, ago, whenhewasnlad,ngleetingtobld his people good-bye, sad has not beea back since. He has ases aaamroaa streaks of sunshine aad shadow ia the meantime, iaomdiag a term of ooldisrlsg ia the Philippines. His father, s sister and a brother, nndnameroan other rela tives live there. Hssxpeota tabs sb- sest two or three Ansoa. VramtaeAaawa. - Mw llsrmas Lall saads a pretty good start ia the poultry bemeass Una week by taking off laOUUle ehinke from her ISO egg iaeubatsr. Mr. aad Mm. Peria of Oolumbas, cams apSatardayaadsaeat s few days visit ing at Jas. sad Pay. MsKsUips retura iag home Wedaesday. D. J. Gate was loading his 6th car of baled sHslmMsadsy to ship to ths si falfameal mill at Fremont. He says what we aeed sroaad here ia a few thousand more acres sf slfahaaad a mill herein tows. Heary Cave celebrated his eightieth birthday St Patrick's day. He is a pretty spry oldsma foroae st- hie age Last fall he hanked ears sad did pretty good work. Ho enjoys ties first rate. He visit to hit beys Mart ceuaty this wek ami m sluts fa drive tarsagh with nk soaO;H. Bsm eas of the old ssttlsri iinsiisfthsre Is 187 it Room Furniture The very latest N in dull oak finish and at moderate prices. Before purchasing let us show you these new goods 219-11-23 West Eleventh St. HENRY 6ASS OXHOA. fVomtaeTiaMs. LsstThatsday night the farmresi deace of Abe LaRue, south of the Loup, was destroyed by fire. The lorn was partly oovered by insurance. J. Y. Plammer, who resided on O. Orssas raach soath. of the Loap for three ears, departed with his family last 8aturday for the Bosebud country, 8oath Dakota, where he will engage in fsrmisg ssd stock raising. Obsrlss Green aad Miss Grace Judaon of Fallsrtos were aaited in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Satur day evesisg, March 14. The groom was at one tjum u book-keeper in the First National Bank of Genoa, but left here two yearn ago and has. since been can- aeotea wiia saanymae rancn in tne soathwest part of the county. Ths Gssos Concert Band has lost five members since last weak. Bob and Bom Irish have moved to Boulder, Colorado. Frank Asms aad Otto Pierson will goos the road with s moviag picture show, aad Titus Lundberg has arranged to go into ths jewelry ' business at Polk. Msaager Starmer expects to have their places in ths band filled with new talent before the end of the month. Framtae Mm. A. . Aademoa of Skeedee t to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the last of the week to visit relatives. She ssaied her swtemr the Misses Ida and dith Bobbins, who started oa their trip to Europe where they will spend the coming summer. Mm. W. O. Pugsley met with a pain fal accident last week. While driviii home from town she met an automobile this aide of W.J. Weleh'e place, which frightened her horse snd she wns thrown oat dislocating her shoulder. She will stay in town a guest of Miss Mollie Pugsley aa long as her arm needs medical attention. A railroad man by the name of Kerby was arrested here Tuesday afternoon by Marshall Rosier and locked up on advice from Columbus. Kerby was for a time brakeman on the Albion branoh but be ing addicted to the drink hnbit lost his job n few weeks ago and laid his dismis sal to Conductor Gbmpton, against whom it is said he has made threats. While at Cojambus Tuesday he bowled up and boarded the afternoon -train, informing some of the railroad men that he was going to Genoa to shoot Gompton. The police department was informed snd they communicated with Marshal Sea ler who was waiting for him when he stepped from the train. A loaded re volver was found on his person when arrested. BBUiWOOD. gram the Gaaetta. At the Hesshog sale at Ulysses thirty head broaght $1,050. So sayeth the Dis patch. Mrs. Dave Cook ia compelled to go roand her borne now with the aid of cratches 8he was at Garrison one day last 'week and while out riding with her husband the team made an attempt to ran away, when Mrs. Cook jumped from the vehicle and sprained her ankle. Mr. Edgar Manila and Miss Mable Al ias, both of Summit township, were united is marriage at the home of the bride's parents on Wedneadsy. The new bride aad groom are numbered among the best families of Summit. They will make their home on a farm in Summit. From the Moasel Bay Advertiser, Cape of Good Hope, we copy the following notice concerning the death of our brothers wife: ' It is oar lad duty to re cord the death of Mm. McGaffin, the wife of Mr. McGsffio, our respected headmas ter of the Boys' School. Death came in ths early hoars of Monday morning, after four weeks of a severe typhoid fever. The duenna was 43 years of age aad leaves her sorrowing hasbaad with six children, some of which intesaerest age. All the flags is tows ware at half mast dsring the day. aad ths funeral took plaoeat4:30 p. m. at the English Church Cemetery, the Bev. Miller, condactisg theberialservice. Four of Mr. McGaf fia's sshool boys, Mania. Johnson, Wright aad Downing, acted as pallbear em, the pressat school boys sad old sehsol boys following ths chief mourn ess. Every townamss sttesded ths f Basra! aad wreathes aad flowers ssat by everybody. To Mr. McG sa4 smehildrea wo teaser bar besrt- tsUsympsthiwatths irreparable ef their good wife sad saother. Immawasnd. Miw Fleswhi TTfiTaanr hi hnrnt fsis from Gsass, ths ssasel -asviag bees dosed agsm oa ssessatof seerlet fever, three asw esses haviag developed. - We ess bast Bry ail's pUa togusraatee thosafety of baaka, bat it fa aot origiaal with as, TheOhiases government has beea practieiag it IsVthsatsads of years. Tha heads of bask from their bodiot srs theassetoof s wrecked ssak aad it works. l K . Wsdsesdsysmsat aooa Irs. broke oat OBthsoldAatrim farm west of tows which ie now oeensied by Henna Strawbean. Aa slsrm was fivsa by ringing tU school hones bell in Distriet 40 aad rarsMrs from all over the neigh borhood, aa well as the seetiba'ams, gathered to fight the ire. The farm buildisgs wars ssdesgersd sad it was a closeoall for the sehsol hoses, bat littU dasasge was done azeeptiag. ths buraiag of two stacks of hay. Ths school child ren either ran home or to thsE. H. Cor son fsrmfoi safety. Ths firs was sap posed to have beea fsassd ap by the wud fromaatoulderisgeoala ia a straw stack whieh had bass barsed a few days previously. utraa. Prom the Weald. Little Oarl King was so usfortussto as to break his shoulder blade while playisg last Tuesday. Ths little fellow however, did not know it until Thurs day awning whea has ahoalder had swollen so badly that s phystcisa was called who reduced the frsctare. ClaaaYouag, aa old aad respected citizeaof Madisoa, fell dowa thseeUsr stairs last Ssnday evening ssd broke hie neok. He wss carrying rain waterfront the eiaternsp from the cellar for the BMrsiag's wsshisg, Hehsdesrriedoae pail to ths top of the staira and handed it to hie wife and when she esaWback from smptyiagit she saw him lyisg st the foot of the atsirs with hie neck doubled under his back. Mr. Young was 71 years old sad had lived is Madi son county for thirty-five years aad prominent aad well liked. He chairman of the Madisoa County Soldi era Belief commission snd took ss nctive part in politics. Bev. F. A. Miller, of Lueolc, reeeived s terrible whippingon ths main street of U tics last Monday, sdmismtered by ths buatssmaaea of that tows. During the revival held at the Presbyteries church there last week? it appears that Bev. MUler grossly insulted the ladies of the Kensington, sayiagit wss ss indecent orgaaization, etc Last Friday evesisg s crowd of mes sttempted to give the evaagslist s shower of eggs that had esss better daya. It wss thes givea oat that Bev. Miller woald preach a public spo logytothawosaeaoB buaday aad re tract his remarks. This he failed to do and his failure to make good so incensed the husbsads of said ladies that drubbing eneaed the following day. Keener, Hookenberger Chnmbers real estate agents, report the following real estate transfers filed for record in the osBoe of the county clerk daJisg the week ending March 21, 1908. CoTrawtoD ZMaaaert, lots 1 to 4 Uk7S.Colaauma.aad lota 1.3, 4. hue lS.Oidaadd.ColambaB, tax deed $ D Z M Hwmert to Aac Waowr. Iota 1, S aad4blkU.Oiaaadd SSOfle Aas Wagner to E U Sparfaawk. loU 1, S aBd4blcls.Oidaadd.....'. SS0W Geo' S Hemllag to Wat GrotelaaAen. eS bw4 1-19-iir.wd 7Se E Dixon to WilUs.Decker, m aa 84-20- lw.wd 4SWU9 Win Weak to B WLaedtke. pt oat lot "A"Creetoa.wd.' 2500 09 SFFlemmios to I W Kia. w 13-30- Mary A Dergaa to John McPhillips. ae sar ll-ly3w. vd ........... 320O S9 Mary A Deegaa to Maggie Hares, sS aw M-U-Sw. wd. 640BW Hy Hercberthaa to Fred Staab, lot 7 blk 167, Colombo, wd '. 100 Mike Bamaaek to P E MoKfllip, aw 20- 19w.agraeaMat. 13700 00 DEMeake to Henry Gehriag. jr. anw. ae nw 29, se aw 28, part aw aw 20-18- lw.wd 12800 00 Geo Stanee to Chas Knt et al. lota 3, , 7aad8blk21S.CoIaaibaa 21160 F G Novell to Eautry C Sayder. lota 7 aad 8 Uk 7, Evans add, 146000 MB White to M C Cassia, awns, e aw ael8.17-le.wd'. 7300 00 P E McKillip to Joha U Zoaeha, a m 20- liL2w,wd. 13600 80 M C Cassia to M B White, part lots 5aad 6Uk58.CoBJBbas. 7560 00 Dan Mock to Fred Mock. sws-lMw.wd 6066 00 D J Croain to Wm Webstar, part lot 4 blk IS. Platte Ceater.wd 656 06 P L Beathack to Wm Webster, part lot 4 blk IS. Platte Ceater.wd: 4696 66 Anna Freuhing to Ferd Facbs, w2 ss SO- Hy Ureas to H GreUea, my interest ia part 31-19w, qed. ............. ........ 437 56 J E North to Clara Hemplewaa, part aw 18.17-le.wd 430 00 Geo Baadall to Ed Nieeodemaa. lot 7 blk8,Genatd'sadd.wd 606 00 Geo Steapek to John' ntempak, and. H sesw23-17-2w,wd SM60 Why Should He Beastr i have seen London," said the speaker, waving his left arm, "I have ridden through, the streets of Paris; I have stood among the monuments of Berlin; I have feasted my eyes up on -the beauties of Vienna; I have, gazed upon the eternal hills of Rome, snd I" "Yes," interrupted s man Is the gallery, "but 111-bet $40 you've sever sees Mala street la Scrubbgraas, Pens." An Easy Wsy Out sf Trouble. "We simply can't go on as we have been going," he declared. "We are spending more than I'm making. Yos surely must be able to understand that such a state of sslalrs caat last long." "Thes, dear," she soothingly re-; piled, "why scat you make morer " Why Hs Had Te, "Now. ssM ths physiclsa. "you win save to est plain food sad aot stay out late at night," "Yea," rehMed ths patient, "that Is what I save beea UdaUac ever sines you seat la year WU." : " - - - SPRING OurSpring 6r0thing Shoes and V---- " "- , -v ' tawshoes Oir Firiisliiis Gilis Display Our salesmen will cheerfully instruct you how strong a guarantee we place on them. Oomein and be convinced. Our motto is ways your satisfaction or your money back. Tours for (business ' GREISEN COLUMBUS, MBVie TMETUU sotmB. .... SSSaai ....112Saaa ....UdKaai ...AlMmm ... SdSpat ...lpa .... SdftB.BI .... 731 pat .... 746 a at KAST SOCHI. Sell.. No-lJ. He.1 . Ho. a. Mo. 7 .. No. IS.. Mo.:... Ko.5 .. No. 36. No. 4 SSaai No. 13.... 4:ltaai No.l4at3dSdl2d5pa No. 6 l-JSpai No. 16 240 pat No. W 3Spa No. 8 6:phi No. 2 6:4Spai No. SB 66 at BOntOLE. arAunxo auios. No.77aud..d6dSaai No.7sisd..d6am No. 29 pas ..d9Ssa Ko.Slpas ..dldSpai Ne.9pas ..al2.-4Spai No. Spat ..aKSJpai N6.78aizd..a6epBi No.76sd..a74eaai Dally enesac Sasdsy. or: Wos.l.2.7aad8M8eztTafaratTaia. , - Mob. . ; IS aad UartflBeal nMtgtr, Mos. SS aad 5Sai local frwaiu. Mea.aadMaasaU trains oabr. No 14 daeiaOasaaa 446 p.m. No.6dMiaOauha5dWp.ai. AUCTIONEER Mes. Dates can be roads at the Josraal OfJce COLUMBUS MEAT MARKET We invite all who. desire choice steak, and the very best cuts of all' other meats to call at our market on Eleventh street. We also handle poultry nnd fi&b nnd oysters in season. S. E. MARTY & CO. Talepaoae No.1. - Columbus. Neb. " ' aSsBTBBVBBrBBBBaaaaV CMGIJaMSiXYS 1 INOALUM MJ I In Food J$mWm asam - . ,Bi5jraeW2ai BBraBBBBS BBBBBBBBaaaJPnBaBsal Baal dBBBBBBBBBBwCawUejUnlB BBBBBadBWBViKBlDlwaaBB! ' I the sale ol alum Kt -vV Ih8H BbI T BSBBBBBBarVm BBPasT "bTsBBBBBBBBBBSBBS I So does France KsaBS I So does Germany "1 I The sale of alun food '. I habeeamadealckWsiiSsBons . I bi,aidJBaba&Bigpafwden I H ' aC "bbsbbI I To protect yourself agtWsteAam, 1 I nvhen oraering baldng powder, : aaaai aaaaf I Sayptamfy- I BBJ " - -- . "" - paj awd be very ture you get RoyaL ' H KcyLacmtyDalaqrmttmtettamKayUKjnpe ,m m Cresm of Tartar. It add. to die dstsbl aaxl wbol - Bataea!iess of the food. m sasv aw-. "" -efl -BaBBassaasaaasBsaassaasBsaas a GREETING -SB. consisting of some doI by and interestinf; pest terns sre now ready lor your inspection. We hT them inall styles and fabrics. ; Prices that will sore please yoni The finest that the season pro duces. Some beautiful bfack and tan kid pumps. Just whit; you want for dress and party . wear. Our children's depi has not been forgotten and you'll find them equal to ths best for wear is complete with the newest and latest patterns in Shirts and Ties. Don't fail to asfc about our guaranteed Hosiery. Six pairs for- $1.50 that will positively last six months wear BROS NEBRASKA. 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